What is a duplicate Amazon listing?
Duplicate Listings happen when you have multiple listings that point to the same ASIN. For example you could have 2 FBA and 1 MF SKU that all point to a single ASIN. Listing Mirror is built on the concept that each product is assigned 1 SKU, regardless of how many inventory sources that product may have. In this way, we can ensure to keep track of your inventory accurately.
How do I see if I have duplicate listings?
To view your duplicate listings, you will go to your listing page and select the Amazon Icon. (highlighted below)
From here you will be taken to your Amazon page, select the action box. From the dropdown you will select "Manage Duplicate Listings". (highlighted below)
Once here, you will see any listings that Listing Mirror has identified as duplicates, having at least two Amazon listings pointing to the same ASIN.
What if I want to show the other SKU on my Manage Listings page?
Great question! Listing Mirror does not allow you to switch the pre-assigned SKU of a product. If if you were to select "Make FBM Primary", this would only change the Amazon listing that your MF inventory points to. It will not change the SKU that Listing Mirror originally assigned to that product. If you do want to display a different SKU on your Manage Listings page, you will want to refer to our documentation about master listings.